International Relations


Статья посвящена изучению особенностей процесса реализации программы помощи слаборазвитым странам, которая получила название «пункта-4» и осуществлялась правительством США в 1950–1953 гг. Особое внимание уделено исследованию специфических черт реализации программы в таких регионах, как Латинская Америка, Юго-восточная Азия и Ближний Восток в контексте строительства послевоенного мирового порядка.


В статье на основе донесений фельдмаршала А. Уйэвелла военному министру Великобритании Дж. Григу рассматриваются подготовка и осуществление ввода британских сил в Иран в августе 1941 г. в рамках совместной операции с Красной армией.

Ethnic business in the system of international relations

The article conciders the ethnic business features as structural unit of the system of international relations. There is a special emphasis on its network organization in the process of ethnic globalization

Turkish Foreign Policy in the First Decade of XXI Century: the Experience of Mediation Efforts

The article focuses on the issue of mediation efforts of Turkey aimed at enhancing its role in regional and global scale. It shows the reasons which had an influence on the change of foreign policy line of Turkey in the first decade of XXI century. It also presents the experience of mediation efforts and examines the obstacles which hadn’t allowed Turkey to fulfil its potential to its full extent.


Russian-American Relations in the Caspian Region during a New Stage of the Neoconservative Strategy (2003)

The article is devoted to the study of forming the new political environment in the Caspian region after the completion of the «Operation Iraqi Freedom» in May 2003. In the context of the American and Russian strategic plans, the attitudes of the Azerbaijan, Georgia and Kazakhstan governments towards Moscow and Washington policies, as well as the influence of the new political environment on the Russian-American relations are also analyzed.

The Border Cooperation in the European Union’s Eastern Partnership Program

This article deals with the Eastern Partnership Program. It is an initiative of the European Union governing its relationship with the post-Soviet states – Azerbaijan, Armenia, Belarus, Georgia, Moldova and Ukraine. Particular attention is given to border cooperation, including the Eastern Partnership Territorial Cooperation Support Programme

Views of foreign policy of the Russian liberal opposition (on the example of RPR-PARNAS)

In the article author continues his series of publications devoted to views on foreign policy among Russian opposition. This time he focused on the approaches to the international problems by the largest Right-wing liberal party of Russia — RPR-PARNAS. Special attention is given to estimates by the Russian oppositional liberals of such pressing questions as Russia's accession to the World Trade Organization, diplomatic clashes over the issues of euroassociation of some former Soviet Republics, civil war in Syria, and « The Magnitsky's Law».

Belarus-Russia Conflicts and their Restraints in the Context of Eurasian Integration

Conflicts between Belarus and Russia have a negative impact on the image of the Eurasian integration. Union’s further deepening and expanding will largely depend on how effectively bilateral conflicts between members of an economic grouping are solved. In this context, the most promising solution for Russia seems not striping policy of "carrot and stick", butcreating the legislative and institutional framework, which limits the possibility of speculative balancing of a small state in the future Eurasian Union.

The U.S.’s Turkish policy: Genesis and Evolution in 1980s

This article is devoted to the American policy toward Turkey in the 1980s. The special attention is paid to the influence of the «perestroika» in the USSR on changing Ankara`s role in the foreign policy of Washington. The article shows competition between ethnic lobbies and the Reagan administration for the right to determine the direction of the American-Turkish relations.

New project of the railway Uzbekistan –China and transportation system of Kyrgyzstan

The most pressing problem of Kyrgyzstan’s economy is the lack of well-developed transportation system. Actually the main issue for Kyrgyzstan is to connect the North and South parts of the country through railroad to promote the transit role of Kyrgyzstan in Central Asia.

This article analyzes the new railroad project – the railway Uzbekistan – Kyrgyzstan – China. This project performs a controversial reaction among the experts and the political leaders of Kyrgyzstan. Author also considers the key aspects of the transport strategy of Kyrgyzstan in modern conditions.